Whilst these 2 houses require renovation works, thanks to their location being close to pine forests and with panoramic views these 2 properties will provide a super home or holiday home for many years to come.
The village of Dzhulyunitsa is old dating back to the 13th-14th Century. South of the village there are traces of a middle-age fortress and settlement. Several findings have been made on the territory of the village including the oldest human bones in Europe, a Neolithic village mound, Thracian funeral and a Roman citadel. Djulyunitsa is famous for its vegetable production and the Bulgarian sumo wrestler Kaloyan Mahlyanov – popular in Japan as Kotooshu was also born in this village. Now the village has a town hall, library, nursery and infant schools, medical centre, church and shops. There are regular bus services and a railway line to the village. You get good mobile coverage and connections to internet and satellite.
The larger house comprises of an entrance, 2 bedrooms, living room and a basement. Adjacent to this property is the smaller comprising of 1 kitchen and 1 bedroom. With some thought and imagination the 2 could be interconnected to provide a living area and a sleeping area with bathroom and convert the basement as a snug for Winter time and a cool retreat in the heat of Mid-Summer!
The property and land is accessed by an un-made road. The land is a large 1500m2, fertile and facing South and benefits from a shed which requires some work to make it secure, there is also a well on the plot. The village is famous foir its vegetables and certainly this property and land would make an ideal small holding. The view from the land look over a valley, fields and woods the other side.
In summary, a pair of properties at a low price with great views and in a quiet neighbourhood of this historic little village.